Anyone worked on Corel Draw Graphics Suits x5.
I need uninstallstring for it.
I tried this one :
c:\Program Files\Common Files\Corel\Shared\Shell Extension\ShellUninst.exe -ProductCode {51DD170C-6990-424E-9674-5F14468B323F} -arp
but its not totally uninstalling the software.
Any help ................................

i also tried this one
C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5\Setup\SetupARP.exe /arp
but i need to silently uninstall...................
If anyone work on this, please reply me.

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  • I am working on Corel Draw Graphics Suite X6, I extracted the files from the programdata and tried to install in a fresh machine witha all prerequsites installed, the application installed fine in this case, but when I tried with silent installation using /qb! or /qn it is not working.
    Can any help me in silent installation of CorelDraw

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You can try MSIzap.exe

MsiZap.exe TW! {PRODUCT CODE} make sure you have the MsiZap.exe in the same directory.

Answered 05/05/2010 by: stabish
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Thanks for your reply Stabish, but msizap.exe is not there in my folder, so when i try to run that command its saying that :
Windows cannot find msizap.exe

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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Download it :)

Answered 05/05/2010 by: mekaywe
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Answered 05/05/2010 by: stabish
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i downloaded msicuu2.exe  & try to run as
msizap.exe TW!{51DD890C-6690-334E-9674-5F14468B323F}

so where you want me to keep this msizap.exe

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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Forget MSIZap, unless your only problem is that the installation data for the product is being left in the registry. I got the impression that your issue is more complex than that.

From what I've read, GS X5 is ultimately delivered by MSI so whatever is being left after an uninstall could be taken care of by making suitable entries in the RemoveFile and/or RemoveRegistry tables.

Answered 05/05/2010 by: VBScab
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Thanks for your reply VBScab,
But here am using unattend installation
setup.exe /passive SERAINUMBER=XXXXX
for uninstall
setup.exe/x
but its not clear uninstall.

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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  • this worked for me. thanks

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Don't you recognise the '/PASSIVE' switch and the passing of a public property and its value?

There's an MSI here so extract it, create a transform for it, add whatever files/folders/registry entries to the relevant tables to that transform and use the MSI/MST to install/uninstall.

Answered 05/05/2010 by: VBScab
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Hi VBScab,
i am still new to packaging.
I tried by using universal exctactor and also when i run setup.exe i checked in %temp% folder, but i didn't find any .msi.
So thats way i don't un attended.
Is there any other way to extract

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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Corel Draw Graphics Suits x5 is a vendor MSI. After you run the exe wait untill the extraction is over you will se a desktop shortcut "Resume Corel Downloads" click on the shortcut & there you have it "ICA.msi" in the temp directory

Answered 05/05/2010 by: stabish
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Thanks, i got it.

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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I am trying to change few changes in .msi with orca.
Because it's not installing .................

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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Make sure you have .Net 3.5 SP1 & Windows Installer 4.5 on the machine.

b/t/w what is it that you trying to change in the MSI?

Answered 05/05/2010 by: stabish
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Ok actually when i try to run .msi, its saying to run SETUP.EXE
so i deleted one custom action in .MSI with orca.
Now i can run .msi but no output in log file it simply says its failed to install



MSI (c) (5C:50) [14:53:23:072]: Product: CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 - Setup Files -- Installation operation failed.

MSI (c) (5C:50) [14:53:23:088]: Grabbed execution mutex.
MSI (c) (5C:50) [14:53:23:088]: Cleaning up uninstalled install packages, if any exist
MSI (c) (5C:50) [14:53:23:088]: MainEngineThread is returning 1603
=== Verbose logging stopped: 5/5/2010  14:53:23 ===

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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CA_ICA_VerifyRunningDbm

Deleted this table from .msi

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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Also verify that you have all the Dll's, setup.exe & xml files along with the other folder in the same directory before you run the silent msi install

Answered 05/05/2010 by: stabish
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all files are there, i checked now.
I don't know why .msi is not executing

Answered 05/05/2010 by: ekniranjan
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- Directly editing vendor MSIs is universally regarded as A Bad Thing. Use a transform instead.
- As well as the %TEMP% folder, some packages now extract to a folder beneath %AppData%, generally something like %AppData%\[VendorName]\[ProductName].
- Using Orca for packaging as a newcomer to the practise is pure masochism. Get your employer to spring for InstallShield AdminStudio. My own preference is for Wise package Studio but the development of that tool has slackened off so much in recent years that, in spite of recent encouraging noises from the Product Manager (see Symantec's Connect forum), I regard it as being dead for all intents and purposes.

Answered 05/05/2010 by: VBScab
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I tried all possible way, but its not extracting .msi
I think using switch is better way, but uninstall sucks ?
any suggestions ?

Answered 05/07/2010 by: ekniranjan
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To uninstall: setup.exe REMOVE=ALL /qb

Should do the trick.

Oh yeah, the Corel installers suck.

Answered 05/07/2010 by: MSIPackager
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Hi All.
me extract file by universal exctactor.
setup.exe /s /SMS /fl"c:\temp\Disk1\setup.iss" /extract_all:"c:\temp" /passive SERAINUMBER=xxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx
Not working for silent install.

Answered 01/17/2012 by: AhrimanSefid
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Hi All.
me extract file by universal exctactor.
setup.exe /s /SMS /fl"c:\temp\Disk1\setup.iss" /extract_all:"c:\temp" /passive SERAINUMBER=xxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx
Not working for silent install.






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Answered 01/18/2012 by: andemats
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Yes. Me extract add code:

Recored
setup.exe /r /SMS /f1"c:\temp\Disk1\setup.iss".
Next
setup.exe /s /SMS /f1"c:\temp\Disk1\setup.iss". not working see me

Answered 01/19/2012 by: AhrimanSefid
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Try adding a log to that aswell. I've experienced that an install failed 'cause I didn't have a log file.

setup.exe /s /SMS /f1C:\temp\Disk1\setup.iss /f2C:\temp\Disk1\install.log

Answered 01/19/2012 by: andemats
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Here's an interesting question: what is happening when you try to uninstall?  Your original post says the command is not completely uninstalling - what happens? Does a shortcut get deleted and that's all?  Or does everything but one file or reg entry get removed?

Answered 01/24/2012 by: Arminius
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